A poem that reminds us that God is the same yesterday, today & forever. He still works miracles and He can work in your life.
The God we worship, the God of the Bible, is the same God who parted the Red Sea, saved Daniel from the lions, brought water from a rock, stopped time . . . we need to remember who He is and have faith that He can move the mountains in our lives.
He’ll Move Your Mountain
An overview and outline of Haggai. Haggai had a simple message: It’s time to build the temple.
Here’s a short excerpt from our overview of Haggai:
Haggai was the first of the three postexilic prophets. He was the first prophet after the death of Jeremiah and Ezekiel. Daniel lived until approximately within 15-20 years of Haggai’s prophecy, but Daniel’s prophecies were in Babylon and Daniel was not listed among the prophets of Israel in the Hebrew Scriptures. God raised up Haggai to motivate His people back to His work.
To read the full overview and outline of Haggai, click here.
Mark 13 speaks of a great horror. What is it? It may be a reference to the abomination of desolation spoken of by Daniel the prophet.
A reader recently sent us a quick question about the “horror on the hill” spoken of in Mark 13. We believe this may be a reference to the “abomination of desolation” spoken of by Daniel.
Check out the article and feel free to tell us what you think.
Read it here.